Well guys? Let's have some fun. One description is of me, the other is of my friend! We thought it would be interesting to see how you all react:
Short (4'11"), slim/athletic build, 25 years old.
Completed her bachelors.
Currently a waitress, zumba instructor, and chasing her dream of becoming a famous singer.
Is into singing, dancing, spirituality, heath, fitness, and puppies.
She cusses like a sailor and believes life should be lived in the moment.
She believes in gender roles.
"Good" traits: Adventurous and life of every party
"Bad" traits: Very jealous and posessive, short temper, stubborn
Medium height (5'4'), curvaceous/hour glass build, 21 years old.
Completing a triple major.
Currently a pre-law student, published author, national speaker, and chasing her dream of becoming an attorney.
Is into writing, reading, engaging in witty or stimulating conversations, painting, tennis and bowling, social justice, and empowerment.
She is slightly naive and believes one should work hard, play hard.
She doesn't believe in gender roles.
"Good traits": Witty/funny, passionate, not very jealous or posessive
"Bad traits": Slightly naive, too trusting, fiesty when mad
- Woman 10% (0)14% (3)10% (3)Vote
- Woman 260% (6)52% (11)55% (17)Vote
- Neither sound like girls I would be interested in dating20% (2)24% (5)23% (7)Vote
- They both sound like someone I would date20% (2)10% (2)12% (4)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
I honestly didn't even get down to the "Good traits"/"Bad traits" part before deciding on #2. Her professional ambitions, apparent intelligence and work ethic, and interests are far more in line with the type of woman I'd fit with. My concern is that she's still very young, could be a career and social climber type; and likes to "play hard." Based on my own past experiences, the ability of someone like her to put a guy high enough on her list to commit to and make the sacrifices required to sustain a relationship is likely somewhat questionable at this point in time.1
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